By Anu Passary email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Jan 27, 2013 08:01 PM EST
A new set of images have surfaced online that show off the components intended for the rumored iPhone 5S and iPhone 6.
The leaked images showing the parts meant for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 are courtesy of French Web site nowehereelse.fr. The photos were supposedly taken by someone who has connections with an Apple supplier.
The leaked images are purportedly of the loudspeaker module for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6. In a bid to establish its authenticity, one of the images even shows what the same module looks like on the current iPhone 5, trying to establish the apparent similarity.
The emergence of these new images seem to hint that even though Apple has squashed rumors of a bigger iPhone, the company already have the next-gen iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 in the works.
Additionally, the site claims that Apple will roll out three versions of the iPhone in 2013. The third model will be called the iPhone Math. This version would possibly feature a 4.8-inch display and will throw the gauntlet to the likes of Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3 from Samsung.
"A third iPhone would be identified under the codename Math for its part could complement the range by attacking the market phablets phonblets either smartphones or whose format is similar to that of a touch pad," noted noweherelese.fr (translated).
Nowehereelse.fr also claims that its source has let on that the iPhone 5S will be launched between March and July, whereas the iPhone 6 would be unveiled by year end.
With rumors of the next-gen iPhones gaining momentum, it remains to be seen if Apple surprises us anytime soon.
Check out the images below and decide for yourself whether they are legit.